Street Eats Food Truck Festival 2015: Here's the Lineup of Trucks So Far

We can hardly believe it but the Street Eats Food Truck Festival is already just around the corner. The fourth annual event, sponsored by New Times, will take over Salt River Fields in Scottsdale for two days of food and drink on Saturday, February 7 and Sunday, February 8.

As always there's a lengthy lineup of trucks to look forward to, as well as live musical entertainment, cooking demonstrations, eating contests, and more.

See also: Street Eats Food Truck Festival 2014, Advice from Day One: Get the Lobster Roll, Bring Cash, Prepare for Lines

This year admission to the festival will cost $12 -- and no, that doesn't include any food.

Instead food and drink will be available for purchase with either tokens, cash, or credit cards. Not all trucks will take credit cards, a fact that should motive you to either bring cash or purchase tokens for $2 each. Last year tokens could only be bought with cash so we recommend a trip to the ATM before you arrive.

Trucks will be able to price their food as they see fit, but most will serve both $2 sample sizes and full meals. You can view a lineup of participating trucks on the next page.

If you're willing to spend a little more, you can also opt for a $50 VIP ticket. That includes six beverages, private restrooms, and four food tokens, plus access to a VIP Lounge.

As far as entertainment goes, bands will perform on the main stage throughout the day on both Saturday and Sunday. The lineup includes Don't Tell Mom (Saturday), Sugar Skulls (Saturday, Sunday), and Whiskey's Quicker (Saturday, Sunday).

Tickets for either Saturday or Sunday can be bought online. For more information about the event, check the Street Eats Food Truck Festival website.

View the lineup of trucks on the next page.

Here's the lineup of trucks so far:

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